- Anonymising personal data: where do we stand now?
- Defining anonymisation
- The former Article 29 Working Party's Opinion
- Approaches to anonymisation
- Notable cases
- Barnardisation versus differential privacy, etc.
- Final remarks
Risk & Compliance Analysis: Sophie Stalla-Bourdillon, Senior Privacy Counsel with Immuta and Professor in Information Technology Law and Data Governance at the University of Southampton, explores the continuing confusion around whether personal data may be truly anonymised, and advises on how to do so using a risk-based approach.
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